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Although in it’s most beautiful form it is, innovation doesn’t always have to be about leading a revolution. Innovation can be about solving humble day to day problems ordinary people face. 45 more words


Post from Haiti 8/19

Sunshine 85 deg F, Humidity 73%

Day 2 of the Divergent Thinking seminar went as well as Day 1.  The students are eager to learn and try to cooperate, even when the language issues make it difficult at times. 1,063 more words

Divergent Thinking

I’ll never forget speaking in Pennsylvania a few years ago.  I flew into University Park Airport in State College, Penn on Friday afternoon.  It was a very small airport located next to Penn State University, but the closest airport to my speaking engagement in Bethlehem, PA, about an hour and fifteen minutes away.   487 more words

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Problem Solving the Minimalist Way

For the past five months a colleague of mine (we’ll call her Chelsea) has worked feverishly day and night to research and select a data tracking software package for her employer. 799 more words


Learn to take life as it comes

Like most people, I resist things I don’t like or that I can’t really do anything about. Recently I’ve changed my attitude and my perspective and realized that I need to just take life as it comes. 530 more words

Process of Forgiveness: Part II--Consequences of Choices

I remember being mesmerized by the sight of fire at the age of 5.  I would watch the yellow, red and orange tips of the fire dance around the air and had a hard time taking my eyes off the flames.   533 more words

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